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- Invitation to the Glasgow School of Art Club Meeting, 19 November 1892 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
- Poster for The Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1894-1896. Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the other members of the Group of Four, experimented with poster design in the mid-1890s, producing strikingly progressive designs.
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- Private investor Charles Logue and his wife, Candy, spent five years building this beachfront home on Oahu’s North Shore inspired by their love of Southeast Asian architecture. ‘I’m attracted to Balinese architecture and I’m attracted to monasteries. It’s kind of a Balinese monastery,’ says Mr. Logue. He estimates they spent $13 million on the house including the $4.34 million they paid for the land and the original 1960s-era home in 2007.
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- Textile design: basket of flowers. Produced during the years the Mackintoshes were living in London, 1915-1923. Mackintosh produced a series of stylised flower boquets, painted on a black background. Boldly simplified, vividly coloured, and set against black backgrounds, these densely patterned compositions were exhibited as works of art in their own right, and were also intended for use as textile designs.
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